History of stock car racing, moonshine, muscle cars
I do not claim any ownership over the copyrights to this video. It was
recorded off the TV around 1995 and I have not seen it anywhere since, so I
thought I would share it with the world. This video has not been monetized
and therefore I am not earning revenue from it.
1952 Nascar Daytona Beach Race
This film demonstrates how far we have come in automotive safety and
racing. This is from the former Speedvision TV network's series "Victory
Circle". Recorded approx. 1998.
WTF Moments In NASCAR 7
This is the 7th remake of the WTF Moments In NASCAR series.
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LitbyNoonProductions, CrashCarnageVid, gibbysgarage, RockyTopTN11,
edwards99rules, and NascarAllOut.
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NONE of the crashes in this video are fatal.
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1971 Greenville 200 (Full race)
NASCAR Winston Cup race number 12 of 48
April 10, 1971 at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, Greenville, SC
200 laps on a .500 mile paved track (100.0 miles)
Time of race: 1:16:46
Average Speed: 78.159 mph
Pole Speed: 82.557 mph Cautions: 1 for 5 laps
Margin of Victory: 2 laps +
The first flag-to-flag coverage of a NASCAR race takes place on April 10,
1971 during ABC's Wide World of Sports broadcast. Bobby Isaac beats David
Pearson by over two laps to win his 4th straight race at Greenville-Pickens
4:26 #01 Roy Mayne spins
1970 Plymouth Superbird Highlights National 500.
Rare Archival 16MM Footage of Richard Petty tearing up the Oval in his 1970
Plymouth Superbird. There is no sound because this clip in an old home
movie. It's great to see some old NASCAR! MOPAR Forever.